Chapter 3 — About the Scanner
Custom Profile Example
Dolphin CT50 Mobile Computer with Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise User Guide
The following example contains two profiles, one for Wedge Mode and
one for POS Mode.
The .exm file contains the required ConfigDoc element named "Data
Collection Profiles." This element is not optional and must alway be
The Section tags <section> identify the profile names. The POS
profile name may be customized to anything you want but wedge
mode profile must be named "HONWedge". For the example below,
"C39 Internal Scanner" is used for the POS Mode profile and
"HONWedge" for the Wedge Mode profile.
The command tags <cmd> identify the profile settings.
The Device command <cmd="Device"> is set to Internal to indicate
the internal scanner and not an external scanner (e.g., ring scanner).
The second profile, named "HONWedge," must contain a Device
command set to Internal but a POS profile can be set to either
Internal or USB.
The Type command (cmd="TYPE"), is set to Full, which instructs the
scanning system to first restore defaults before applying the
commands in the profile.
The Apply (cmd="APPLY") command instructs the scanning system
to automatically apply the profile when a POS application claims the
scanner. The Apply command is not applicable to Wedge Mode. In
Wedge Mode the "HONWedge" profile is automatically applied
whenever the scanning system switches to Wedge Mode.
The "HONWedge" profile enables EAN-13 and issues a command to
include the check digit.
The "HONWedge" profile shows the syntax for issuing wedge
commands, including how to enter binary data as postambles or